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    Hudson Wasp (2nd gen) 1955-1956

    The Hudson Wasp is an automobile that was built and marketed by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, from the 1952 through the 1956 model years. After Hudson merged with Nash Motors,...
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    Hudson Wasp (1st gen) 1951-1954

    The Hudson Wasp is an automobile that was built and marketed by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, from the 1952 through the 1956 model years. After Hudson merged with Nash Motors,...
  3. Hudson Super Six (3rd gen) #2

    Hudson Super Six (3rd gen) #2
  4. Hudson Super Six (3rd gen) 1940-1951

    The Hudson Super Six Coach is an automobile which was first manufactured by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan in 1916. The first model was kept in production until 1928. The nameplate...
  5. Hudson Super Six (1st gen) #3

    Hudson Super Six (1st gen) #3
  6. Hudson Super Six (1st gen) #2

    Hudson Super Six (1st gen) #2
  7. Hudson Super Six (1st gen) 1916-1928

    The Hudson Super Six Coach is an automobile which was first manufactured by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan in 1916. The first model was kept in production until 1928. The nameplate...
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    Hudson Greater Hudson 1929

    The model was only produced in 1929. It was a further development of last year's Hudson Super Six. The name was chosen to highlight advances in technology and styling.

    The Greater Hudson was...
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    I almost made a thread for this. Thanks for doing...

    I almost made a thread for this. Thanks for doing so. I like this car a lot as well.
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    Hudson Six-40 1914-1915

    The Hudson car was named for the man who bankrolled the company, Detroit department store magnate Joseph L. Hudson. His niece had married Roscoe Jackson, who worked for Oldsmobile and was teaming...
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    Hudson Roadster 1st 1909

    Hudson Roadster 1st 1909 #1
  12. 1955 The Nash Rambler's most significant change...

    1955
    The Nash Rambler's most significant change for the 1955 model year was opening the front wheel wells resulting in a 6-foot (2 m) decrease in the turn-circle diameter from previous year's...
  13. 1953 The Rambler received its first restyling in...

    1953
    The Rambler received its first restyling in 1953, and resembled the "senior" Nash models that had received all-new "Airflyte" styling the year before. The new styling was again credited to...
  14. Nash Rambler / Hudson Rambler 1950-1955

    The Nash Rambler is a North American automobile that was produced by the Nash Motors division of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation from 1950 to 1954 in sedan, wagon, and fixed-profile convertible body...
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    Hudson Pacemaker 1950-1952

    The Hudson Pacemaker was a car produced by the Hudson Motor Car Co. in 1933 and, like the Previous Year's Greater Eight, was part of the T and L series. The name "Pacemaker" was taken from the...
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    Hudson Pacemaker 1939

    The Hudson Pacemaker was a car produced by the Hudson Motor Car Co. in 1933 and, like the Previous Year's Greater Eight, was part of the T and L series. The name "Pacemaker" was taken from the...
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    Hudson Model 37 1912-1913

    Incorporated in February 1909, Hudson built its first car in July of that year and 12 months later had sold 4,000 units, the industry's best first-year sales record to date. Not content to rest on...
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    Hudson Jet 1952-1954

    The Hudson Jet is a compact automobile that was produced by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, during the 1953 and 1954 model years. The Jet was the automaker's response to the...
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    Hudson Hornet (2nd gen) #3

    Hudson Hornet (2nd gen) #3
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    Hudson Hornet (2nd gen) #2

    Hudson Hornet (2nd gen) #2
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    Hudson Hornet (2nd gen) 1955-1957

    Hudson Hornet is a full-sized automobile that was manufactured by Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan from 1951 until 1954, when Nash-Kelvinator and Hudson merged to form American Motors...
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    Hudson Hornet (1st gen) #6

    Hudson Hornet (1st gen) #6
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    Hudson Hornet (1st gen) #5

    Hudson Hornet (1st gen) #5
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    Hudson Greater Eight 1931-1932

    The Hudson Greater Eight was a premium line of automobiles produced by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan during 1931 and 1932.

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    The Hudson Motor Car Company, headed by Roy...
  25. Hudson Traveller Six / DeLuxe Six 1940-1942

    The Hudson Traveller Six is a series of six-cylinder automobiles produced by the Hudson Motor Car Co. in Detroit from 1940 to 1942. It was joined by the better-equipped Hudson DeLuxe Six. These two...
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